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    Campaigner misses chance for judicial review against huge wind farm project

    January 27, 2022 - PR Script Managers


      A campaigner against a huge wind farm planned off the north Norfolk coast says he has missed the deadline to ask for a judicial review.

      Ray Pearce said he had missed the January 21 deadline to ask for a review into Boreas, one of two wind farms planned by state-owned Swedish firm Vattenfall.

      He has been campaigning against multiple cable trenches being dug through the Norfolk countryside.

      Mr Pearce, who lives near Reepham, had been relying on the support of groups in the Wildlife and Countryside Link to make the appeal due to the environmental impact.

      He said: "The main issue was with habitat regulations. I contacted everybody in the Wildlife and Countryside Link, but they weren't willing to take it forward."

      But Mr Pearce added that "the fight was not over" and vowed to keep campaigning for a review of other offshore wind farm plans.

      He and others want wind farms to be linked at an offshore hub so that trenches do not have to be dug.


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